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Fifth Response to Dalton Lifsey – Isaiah 9:5,6 (6,7)

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Fifth Response to Dalton Lifsey – Isaiah 9:5,6 (6,7)   http://thecontroversyofzion.com/2012/02/my-fourth-response-to-yisroel-blumenthal-the-mystery-of-the-godman/ ? Dalton ? I will be using the numbering of the verses from the Hebrew Bible. ? Translation ?…

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The Great Debate

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The Rabbinic Decree – Excerpt from The Council of My Nation

The power of the Rabbinic decree was employed by the nation’s leadership as part of the national effort to preserve the Law. In many situations, when the nation’s spiritual sensors realized that the people were losing touch with the spirit … Continue reading

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“Deeper Understanding” – Excerpt from Supplement to CB

When Jesus presented his moral teachings to his audience, it was not enough for him to encourage his followers to aim for a higher moral standard. It was important for him to claim that his teaching was original, and that … Continue reading

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Tower of Truth

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Tower of Truth Man’s need for self-validation is very deep. Necessity, as they say, is the mother of invention. The deeper the need – the more powerful the desire to…

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The Veil

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The Veil The ongoing missionary effort to direct the heart of the Jew towards Jesus in worship has generated many discussions between proponents of Jesus and those who do not…

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Who Was Jesus? – Excerpt from “Covenant Nation” – a critique of D. Boyarin’s “Borderlines”

Who was Jesus? Boyarin presents us with an analysis of the hand-washing incident described in the seventh chapter of the book of Mark (TJG; pgs. 106-127). Boyarin concludes that, contrary to popular Christian opinion, this incident does not teach that … Continue reading

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